Get the most out of your Learn2 with Git Sync site!
The easiest method to customize the Learn2 with Git Sync theme is to use Grav’s theme inheritance feature. However, as the Learn2 with Git Sync is actually an inherited theme, your
/user/themes/mytheme/mytheme.yaml file will need to include a total of three theme references:
A customizable 'mytheme' inherited theme is also provided with the Learn2 with Git Sync skeleton package, available for download at getgrav.org/downloads/skeletons.
Once you upgrade to the newest release of the Learn2 with Git Sync theme, create a new root-level page folder with the name
feed containing a file called
docs.md, add then the following content to that page file:
Non-visible page for RSS feed page collection. RSS feed URL is ../feed.rss
You can view an example Feed page at github.com/hibbitts-design/grav-skeleton-learn2-with-git-sync/tree/master/pages/feed
Refresh your Browser window and the RSS/Atom feed buttons should now appear at the bottom of the left sidebar (make sure that the Feed plugin is installed and enabled).
A ready-to-go set of RSS/Atom feed buttons are provided with the Learn2 with Git Sync skeleton package, available for download at getgrav.org/downloads/skeletons.
Grav comes packaged with the capability to quickly and easily set the order of your pages. All you need to do is use the hamburger menu icon to drag your pages into the order that you would like them to appear in your table of contents.
However, you may find that, even though you have the ToC set up as you want it, the navigation in your Learn2 documentation site doesn't match the ToC, or that a chapter or page gets skipped when you use the arrows to navigate.
To fix this, please ensure that all of the following settings on your chapters and pages match the following:
Ensure that you are using the proper page template:
And ensure that you are using the correct page category:
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